No that's not a space-age golf cart you're looking at, it happens to be Nissan's major bet on the future of electric vehicles called the New Mobility Concept.
How small can a house be and still really be a living space? Closet-sized apartments in New York City and capsule hotels in Japan already seem to test those limits, but designer Michael Janzen is scaling it back even more with his Nine Tiny Feet Cabin.
Thanks to a molecule called fulvalene diruthenium, batteries may use the sun to provide energy, but not in the same way as solar power.
This may look like one of Japan's super odd vending machines, but in fact it's just the newest innovation in growing produce without sunlight.
It's been a while since there's been a big time step forward in the world of toilet paper, but hoo boy, it's been worth the wait. That's because Kimberly-Clark is rolling out a new line of Scott TP that has no tube. What witchcraft is this?!
Love the look and feel of suicide-style doors on your car? Then Germany's Opel has a concept car slated for actual production that you are going to love.
Those of you vegetarians with a love of homegrown food but lacking a green thumb can take heart, Docomo's new Garden Sensor will ensure that your veggies turn out picture perfect.
A company called Ocean Power Technologies has come up with a tidal power generation in a familiar shape: a buoy. Now, after months in the water, the PowerBuoys have been hooked up to the energy grid, making them America's first tidal energy generators.
Looking to go for a quick flight without using any fuel and also don't have any luggage? Well, the Cri-Cri might be just the plane for you. Seating only a pilot, this tiny plane flies entirely using solar power.
Fancy-pants low-energy lightbulbs have a distinctive look, with their tubes coiling around in a tight spiral. But really, there's no good reason they should all look like that. In theory, they could be arranged in any which way.